EUROTOX2019 will be hosted by the Finnish Society of Toxicology


EUROTOX is a Federation of more than 40 European societies of toxicology representing 7,500 European toxicologists. The annual congresses rotate from one European country to another providing diversity to the venues and contents of the congress. The number of participants is approximately 1,500.

EUROTOX2019 will take place in Helsinki, Finland from 8 to 11 September. The congress will offer a change to tackle with the burning chemical safety challenges of the next decade. The theme of the Congress is “Toxicology – Science Providing Solutions”.


Finnish Society of Toxicology

Finnish Society of Toxicology

  • Finnish Society of Toxicology Established in 1979 by 79 toxicologists, today the number exceeds 230.
  • A member of EUROTOX and IUTOX (1981) since their establishment.
  • Organizes annually it’s business and scientific meeting, and has organized several international meetings, among them The 10th International Congress of Toxicology in 2004 in Tampere.
  • National Register of Toxicologists since 1995 belonging to the EUROTOX Toxicology Register



Finland is one of the modern Scandinavian countries, and a Member State of the European Union, with 5.4 million inhabitants. It is covered by forests and lakes, and it lives of technology, metal, chemical and paper industry, and ship building. Finland is a safe country, famous for the excellence in education and research, toxicology being one of the success areas.
Finland is convenient to visit because it is within easy reach from all over the world.


Congress photos online

Please find here some impressions from the successful EUROTOX 2019 congress.

Important Dates

Conferences of Interest

Congress Organization

K.I.T. Group GmbH Dresden
K.I.T. Group GmbH Dresden
Bautzner Str. 117-119
01099 Dresden, Germany

  +49 351 4842731

Travel Arrangements

Finnair has been chosen as EUROTOX 2019 official airline and offers reduced rates for delegates and exhibitors. Please click here for detailed information.